Saturday, March 11

I've heard of this thing called, "tagging." Once tagged by someone, the idea is you complete a series of questions about yourself, then proceed to tag some other people. However, seeing as I have no coworkers or fellow blogger friends who interact with me on this here blog, it is safe to say I will not get tagged. Therefore, I am tagging myself! Eat it, fools. No tag-backs.

Four jobs I've had:
1. Official Beer Taster
2. Ski instructor
3. Bunker Supervisor and Lawn/field Care Manager
4. Subway whore

Four movies I can watch over and over:
1. I don't like to watch movies more than thrice.
2. Unless there are special circumstances.
3. But I like the comedy and action sorts.
4. The recently released porno starring your mom.

Four Places I have lived:
1. Canandaigua, NY
2. Osaka, Japan (2 years)
3. Beijing, China (1 year)
4. Alfred's and Buffalo's campuses

Five Shows I love:
1. Family Guy
2. Aqua Teen Hunger Force
3. Seinfeld
4. Simpsons (not as much as I used to)
5. Conan O'brian

Four highly-touted TV shows I don't enjoy:
1. Survivor (not deadly enough)
2. American Idol (the votes are blatantly rigged)
3. The OC (I saw some episodes and the script was horrendous)
4. Nanny 911 (British bitches bossing badly-behaving brats)
5. there are hundreds of shows that should go on this list

Four books I'd recommend to my friends, anytime:
1. Perks of Being a Wallflower
2. Men are From Mars, Women are From Venus
3. I Like Being Killed
4. Brain Sex

Four places I have vacationed:
1. Toronto.
2. various Carribean Islands.
3. 44 of the states
4. China.

Four of my favorite dishes:
1. some sort of meat sandwich
2. Spaghetti w/ balls
3. something Chinese
4. Lasagna

Four sites I visit daily:
1. My blog
2. Yep.
3. That's about it.
4. I don't have routine site checks.

Four places I would rather be right now:
1. In Alfred/visiting any of my friends
2. At one of DJ Sutle's house parties/any party
3. My girlfriend's house/any girl's house
4. Australia/any distant place

Four of my favorite qualities:
1. honest (except when playin' around)
2. socially adaptive (I have really varied friends)
3. easy going (I find good in almost everybody)
4. I make the atmosphere comfortable with my magic

And I'm tagging:
1. your mom
2. your dog

In other news...
Gagne and I saw the Canandaigua Academy play, Music Man, starring Isaac Tayrien and Mrs. Drake's ridiculously cute daughter, and it was quite good. Our high school always puts in enormous amounts of time and effort into these productions, and we have a very strong theater program and talented actors. Few in the Rochester area can even touch Isaac's skills. And I saw several of my old classmates. Venessa is having a baby in October! And soo many people looked amazing. Seeing beautiful people makes me want to work out constantly so I can look like Arnold but much weaker. Anyway, I'll see people again tomorrow at Wegmans and possibly hijack my way into seeing it again, but tomorrow isn't Isaac, so it won't be as good. We'll see if Ben, Adam and crew convince me or not.


Blogger Caroline undoubtedly said...

No you're wrong again. It's not a matter of right or wrong though, just clarification. Yes, it's me. that's what I'm feeling that day. I purposefully leave out details. I'm not a commedian and that's not my purpose. It's a creative outlet. I told my mother that a neighbor of ours that goes to my school is in rehab here for coke and her parents have noooo fucking clue. It's a confidential self-check in kind of a deal. And we don't know them well enough to do anything about it so she shouldn't say anything. Likewise with me. However Britney the coke-head told me and doesn't care who knows besides her parents. So re-read that with that in mind. Also I dated someone who had a heroin addiction for 3 years and I helped him through withdrawal twice, and then left after that. I think that you need to re-read knowing these details and it will make sense. It's not fiction, although you can read it as such if you wish. It's all a matter of intrerpritation which is why I write the way I do. You get what you want out of it and I'll get what I want. I realize that and that's why I like comments :). Have a good one.

7:45 PM  
Blogger Jemima undoubtedly said...

Hi C. In answer to your question about, I don't know how to answer that really, having never instructed anyone on the art of it before. There's a really great book on writing by Anne LaMotte called Bird By Bird. She talks about how it's important to just start doing it. Find a story that interests you and pick out something important about it that feels meaningful or funny or bizarre. LaMotte says to start with writing about school lunches, because everyone has suffered through some debilitating embarassment having to do with lunch and recess. Mine were always extra hideous when my mom would go out of town and my dad would make me pimiento cheese and hot pepper sandwiches wrapped in 16 feet of saran wrap. At any rate. It looks like you've got plenty of fodder in your blog, from what little I've read so far.

8:07 PM  

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